Challenging the majority of first and second generation American Muslims, who wanted their kids to become doctors or lawyers, a growing number of US Muslims have been invading newsrooms, taking journalism as their target career.
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In a crackdown on his legal rights, a British Muslim imam has been prevented from boarding a plane to US from Heathrow airport over concerns about one of his 28,000 Facebook followers.
Showing solidarity with Turkey against Istanbul terrorist bombing, German Television station Tele5 has changed its logo on Wednesday, January 13, to a German flag emblazoned with the Islamic star and crescent, making a mix between the Turkish and the German flags.
Although it sounds too intellectual and theoretical to a lot of people, the way things are defined directly impacts the actions taken in their regards. News readers, for example, might miss the difference between “atrocities,” “violence,” “crimes,” and “massacre” when they read about Syria, yet based on the impression they take out of the news piece their action/inaction will be determined. If it was a civil war, then “why not let them figure it out themselves,” one reader might think; yet if it was defined as a massacre against civilians then the same reader might think of helping.
Muslim women in Italy have launched a new Islamic magazine, discussing topics related to the world of Muslim women which rarely make its way to mainstream media.
Rejecting their actions as distorting the real Islam, a majority of Muslim youth said they were against both Al-Qaeda and ISIL, accusing them of perverting Islamic teachings, a new poll has found.
MANCHESTER – Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has been heckled in Manchester, New Hampshire after a Monday rally, after a woman called him ...
WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama condemned Islamophobia in his State of the Union address on Tuesday, January 12, drawing praise from the ...
Two officials from a leading US Muslim civil rights group were invited to attend US President Barack Obama state of the Union speech, in a move intended to integrate Muslims as a key part in the American community and to counter Republicans' anti-Muslim sentiments.
Recalling anti-Muslim sentiments after 9/11 attacks, a video by world champion boxer Muhammad Ali and US actor Will Smith is making a comeback on Facebook to counter Donald Trump calls to keep Muslims out of the US.
Forming a chain of lights for kilometers, thousands of people of the east German city of Leipzig have rallied against the anti-Islam movement Legida, rejecting anti-Muslim sentiments flared by the right-wing group.